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a podcast about...a bunch of stuff, told by people who do a little bit of everything!
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In the last episode of season 1, Sarah wraps up the overall message of the podcast: pursuing what your heart desires with joy and openness. She pulls the Phoenix from her Animal Spirit Deck. We hope you carry the essence of the spirit with you on your journey!Stay tuned for more stories in Season 2!!! Have an awesome Summer!Deck Used: The Wild Unkown Animal Spirit Guidebook by Kim KransEmail us at: jackofalltradespodcast2020@gmail.com if you are a jack of all trades yourself and would like to be interviewed on Season 2! We are also currently accepting stories on how your diverse interests have led to a kismet experience, along with any suggestions of topics you think we should discuss!Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more! Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does! 
This week, we're joined by Sarah's college professor, Patti James, as they discuss pursuing their dreams outside the constructs of "societal standards of successMore about Patti... In the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s, Patti performed in and choreographed shows in the U.S., as well as Canada and Australia before returning to her hometown of Cincinnati in 1992. She has worked in musicals, theme parks, film, television and industrial shows. Tours in the U.S. include Chicago and Ballroom. Patti has choreographed shows at Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati (ETC), and also at ETC, she performed the role of Lottie in “Mack and Mabel.” Additionally, Patti has directed and choreographed shows featuring the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, the Northern Kentucky Symphony and also choreographed a production for Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park. For almost 20 years, retiring in the Spring or 2017, Patti was an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre at the College Conservatory of Music, at the University of Cincinnati, teaching tap and jazz, as well as choreographing numerous productions. For her involvement in Cincinnati Theatre, Patti received the Acclaim MVP Award in 2009-2010. Patti lives in Cincinnati with Keith, her husband of 41 years, and they have two grown daughters, Alexis (husband Emmett and children Emmett, Auggie, Darcy and Reggie) and Chloe (husband Eric and son Fletcher). Email us at: jackofalltradespodcast2020@gmail.com if you are a jack of all trades yourself and would like to be interviewed on Season 2! We are also currently accepting stories on how your diverse interests have led to a kismet experience, along with any suggestions of topics you think we should discuss!Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more! Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does! 
Victim Mentality, Finding YOUR voice, creating unapologetically and taking risks.....Brianna Barnes is a multi-disciplinary storytelling artist based in New York City. A singer-songwriter, actor, and playwright, Brianna believes it is through the power of the creative imagination that the world is transformed. Inher 5 years based in NYC, she has performed in musicals in regional houses all over the country as well as a National Tour. She directed and produced her first original musical, Let There Be Light,which won Best Musical and Best Score at The New York Theatre Festival in 2018, and made her Green Room 42 headlining debut with her concert of original music, DearDream in 2019. When Broadway shut down in March of 2020, Brianna decided to record an album of her original music. Due to a successful crowdfunding campaign, her debut EP,Hierophanies: Manifestations of the Sacred, will release in 2021.Brianna's Links:Website: http://brianna-barnes.com/musicInstagram: @brianna_barnes_Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3O2vMdGuRz7DaUN49SjtKu?si=JnYt2m_CSPGd6D8KRPgBTg&utm_source=copy-linkEmail us at: jackofalltradespodcast2020@gmail.com if you are a jack of all trades yourself and would like to be interviewed on Season 2! We are also currently accepting stories on how your diverse interests have led to a kismet experience, along with any suggestions of topics you think we should discuss!Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more! Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!  Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer
When do you feel you become jealous in your life? Have you considered that it may be part of your "lack" story? Our host, Sarah explores 'lack mindset' in the entertainment industry, along with comparison of others, social media and jealousy. Links from episode: The Wild Unkown Animal Spirit Card Deck by Kim KransEmail us at:  jackofalltradespodcast2020@gmail.com if you are a jack of all trades yourself and would like to be interviewed on Season 2! We are also currently accepting stories on how your diverse interests have led to a kismet experience, along with any suggestions of topics you think we should discuss!Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more!  Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!   Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer
Dr. Christina Fontana is a pharmacist, author, hypnotherapist, and transformation coach. She blends hypnotherapy, quantum physics, spirituality, and intuitive coaching to help visionary women get unstuck so they can own their brilliance out in the world.She’s the Creator of The Sacred Illumination Experience that helps female entrepreneurs transform so they can accelerate to their next level of income & impact.For the last 9 years, Dr. Christina has been providing uplifting, transformational content through her YouTube videos, articles, books, and retreats.Feel free to connect with Dr. Christina on her website or on her Facebook page! www.pharmacistcoach.com https://www.facebook.com/enlightenedwellnessPAYou can find Dr. Christina’s books on the shop page of her website: www.enlightenedwellnessPA.com/shopEmail us at:  jackofalltradespodcast2020@gmail.com if you are a jack of all trades yourself and would like to be interviewed on Season 2! We are also currently accepting stories on how your diverse interests have led to a kismet experience, along with any suggestions of topics you think we should discuss!Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more!  Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!   Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer
Leeza is a pianist and composer from Minnesota who was featured on the Emmy-award winning program “From the Top, Live at Carnegie Hall” – a PBS TV show that celebrates the passion of classical musicians in America. She had an unusual childhood; barely able to reach the pedals, she soloed with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and performed as a concert pianist with the St. Paul City Ballet.In her teens, Leeza played Tchaikovsky’s piano concerto No. 1 with the Minnesota Orchestra as the winner of “Minnesota Idol.” And, as the winner of the Young Artists’ World Piano Festival Concerto Competition, she soloed with the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra.Leeza believes in the power of music to cause change. She spearheaded a concert series that raised over $24,000 to build schools for girls in Afghanistan and wrote about her experience on an NPR Blog. She is always looking for new opportunities to perform or write music for causes that uplift women or minorities.Leeza studied Psychology and Music Composition at Yale – inspired by film music and John Williams, her original compositions for classical ensembles and musical theater premiered at the Off-Broadway Theater & the prestigious Beinecke Concert Series.Since graduating 4 years ago, Leeza has worked full-time at 3M and loves being part of a company that nurtures creativity and is at the forefront of scientific discovery. Outside of work, Leeza enjoys serving as a volunteer and Judge for the Distinguished Young Women of Minnesota (DYW) program. Leeza and her husband recently moved into their first home and love cooking spicy food, watching British period dramas, and living the quiet Minnesotan life.  Leeza's Links: Performance Highlights - Links"Athena" by Leeza Ali - at DYW Finals Show"Dear Dad" Piano Composition by Leeza AliFabulous Ali Sisters - Performance at America's Junior Miss Finals Social Media Tagshttps://soundcloud.com/leeza-alihttps://www.linkedin.com/feed/https://www.instagram.com/leezaali/?hl=enhttps://www.facebook.com/leeza.ali.3 Email us at:  jackofalltradespodcast2020@gmail.com if you are a jack of all trades yourself and would like to be interviewed on Season 2! We are also currently accepting stories on how your diverse interests have led to a kismet experience, along with any suggestions of topics you think we should discuss!Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more!  Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!   Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer
Fashion, Tik Tok, Gay Steve Irwin, Self Expression...This week, we're joined by Dylan Mulvaney- here's more on Dylan!: Dylan Mulvaney (they/them) is a non-binary actor and content creator living in Southern California! After graduating from the musical theatre program at CCM, they joined the Book of Mormon National Tour playing Elder White for 9 months, until COVID-19 struck. In pandemic, Dylan joined tik tok and has had multiple viral videos, soon to hit 50 million views. They hope to spread joy and some laughter in 2021 and beyond.Dylan's Links:Insta: @dylanmulvaneyTikTok: @dylanjamesmulvaneyFollow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more!  Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!   Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer
During this solo episode with Sarah, we talk about Loveeee and the journey to high self worth and partnership. Tarot Decks Used: Work Your Light Oracle Cards- Rebecca CampbellThe Wild Unknown Animal Spirit- Kim Krans Other books referenced: The Fox and the Star-Coralie Bickford Smith
Axioms, Artificial Intelligence and Ashrams....How do Math and Spirituality relate? Apparently in more ways than we expect. In this fascinating conversation with Warren Geither, we explore how the scientific world collides with the metaphysical. Here's more on Warren:Warren Geither is a current Statistics PhD student, a certified yoga instructor, and an amateur singer/song writer. Although enraptured by the beautifully structured, analytical world of mathematics & statistics, he found it, currently, unable to address the larger questions of Consciousness and Reality. This gave rise to the exploration of a more spiritual path through meditation and yoga.He’s on a journey of constant self-improvement and is determined to find an intersection between these two unlike worlds🧘🏻‍♂️+🤖=❤️Warren's Links: Instagram: @wgeitherSoundCloud: https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/y86zhpr5p8aSwsDo7YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/asxepotatoOther Links Referenced: Wim Hof: https://www.wimhofmethod.com/Ram Dass: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ram_DassThe Medici Effect: https://www.amazon.com/Medici-Effect-Elephants-Epidemics-Innovation/dp/1515959341Thich Nhat Hanh: https://www.amazon.com/Thich-Nhat-Hanh/e/B000AP5YRY%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_shareFollow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more!  Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!   Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer
Crazy opening night stories, shaping the music of Broadway and Nerdin' OUT!In our first duo interview, we're joined by two of Broadway's most musical rockstars! These women leaders in the Broadway industry set a new precedent for what it means to be a music director and conductor! Here's more on our guests, Mary- Mitchell Campbell and Meg Zervoulis!MEG ZERVOULIS Broadway: West Side Story (current revival), The Prom, Mean Girls, Great Comet of 1812. Off-Broadway: The Visitor (upcoming @ The Public), Merrily We Roll Along (Fiasco/Roundabout), Cagney, Rated P. Other New Works: Broadway Vacation (Seattle 5th Ave upcoming), Buñuel (Public Theater in development), and Jeannette (in development).  At her home base, Paper Mill Playhouse, her credits include Mary Poppins, Bandstand, and Ever After, and their annual New Voices concerts. Meg is also active as a music educator and music therapist in the public schools and music is a proud member of Local 802 and Maestra. During the COVID-19 pause, Meg has contributed musically to Sondheim’s 90th Birthday Celebration, Paper Mill’s “Sing In a New Year”, and several benefits and galas. Education: Carnegie Mellon University.MARY- MITCHELL CAMPBELL is a conductor, music director, orchestrator, composer and arranger. She has served as the Music Director for many Broadway shows including: Mean Girls, The Prom, My Love Letter to Broadway with Kristin Chenoweth, Tuck Everlasting, Finding Neverland, Big Fish, The Addams Family, Company, and Sweeney Todd. She also music directed Stephen Sondheim’s last musical Road Show at the Public Theater. She won a Drama Desk for Best Orchestrations for the 2006 revival of Company starring Raul Esparza and was nominated for Best Orchestrations for her work on the Off-Broadway productions of Allegro and Hello Again. She has a very active concert career and performs frequently with Kristin Chenoweth, Gavin Creel, Jonathan Groff, Laura Benanti and Raul Esparza. In her pop career she has worked with Alicia Keys, Katy Perry, John Legend, Amy Grant, Kelly Clarkson, Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, Elvis Costello, and Josh Groban in concerts.She has conducted the Chicago Symphony, the Cincinnati symphony, the Dallas symphony, the Nashville Symphony, and many other symphonies around the United States.She is passionate about arts education and poverty reduction. She is the Founder and Co-Executive Director of ASTEP- Artists Striving To End Poverty (www.asteponline.org) which recruits and trains high level artists to work with kids in extreme situations to teach them health education and life skills through the arts. She is a regular volunteer with ASTEP programs in the US, Africa and India. She is from North Carolina and has taught on the faculties of Juilliard, NYU, and Boston College.Links: Meg's website: www.megzmusic.comMary- Mitchell's website: https://maestramusic.org/profile/mary-mitchell-campbell/ASTEP: https://astep.org/  
Working in a masculine dominated industry, balancing one's femininity and staying fulfilled through creativity.....!This week, we're joined by Lauren Proper! Here's more on Lauren: Lauren Proper is an engineer by day and a maker by night.  After graduating from college in 2012 with a degree in chemical engineering, Lauren found herself needing a creative outlet.  This eventually led to the creation of The Proper Abode, her Etsy shop, where she creates custom apparel, decor, and more.  When she isn’t busy with work or her shop, she also enjoys renovating the house she and her husband recently bought in South Carolina, playing with her two dogs, floral arranging, party planning, and visiting every museum she can.Lauren's Links: Etsy Store:  https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheProperAbode?ref=shop_suggInstagram: @vlhurleyOther Mentions: "Crucial Conversations" written by Al Switzler, Joseph Grenny and Ron McMillanFollow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on guests and upcoming episodes!  Song title: StrongWritten by: Sarah BishopArranged and played by: Laura Lynn Crytzer 
Playing some of the most challenging roles on Broadway, Makeup Remover, and Mysticism....This week we are joined by Broadway powerhouse, Mamie Parris! here's more on Mamie: Mamie is an actress and singer, with roles on Broadway, film, and television. Since quarantine, she has been living with her husband and dog in the Pocono mountains, narrating audiobooks in her home studio, and spending lots of time in nature. She's on Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok, and occasionally even posts something there. Mamie's Links: Facebook.Com/mamieparrisInsta: @mamieparrisofficialTwitter: @mamieparrisTikTok: @mamiesingsWebsite: http://www.mamieparris.com/Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on guests and upcoming episodes!  Song title: StrongWritten by: Sarah BishopArranged and played by: Laura Lynn Crytzer 
Eating Disorders,  Capitalism, Consumerism and taking power in your OWN standard of beauty...On her 3rd solo Episode, Sarah talks about her own personal journey with eating disorders, body dysmorphia and self image, along with societal pressures to achieve standards of beauty as an actress.  How can we shift toxic and unachievable standards of beauty and redirect the love back to ourselves and how WE want to feel beautiful? Links discussed in episode: Youtube: "The Unrealistic Toxic Beauty Standard is Deadly"- video by Ibrahim Kamithttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6FWZ-TpkFI&t=59sBook:  Women Food and God, the Unexpected Path to Almost Everything- Geneen Roth
Thyroid Cancer, Old- School Divas and.... 80 HUSKIES?!?......This week, we're joined by the incredibly talented artist and educator, Emily Kristen Morris. Here's more info on Emily: Originally from San Francisco, Emily is a New York based actress most known for her work as Bea in the national tour of Something Rotten. Regional credits include: The Rev (Sophie in Mamma Mia), Cape Playhouse, the Norwalk Symphony Orchestra (Nellie in South Pacific in concert), Gateway Playhouse, Weston Playhouse, Summer Repertory Theatre (Nellie in South Pacific), and New York Musical Theatre Festival. Internationally, Emily performed as Sarah in Guys and Dolls, among others, with the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra.  Proud CCM graduate.Emily is also a renowned voice teacher, and founder of EKM Vocal Studio. She is certified with the Institute for Vocal Advancement (IVA), and teaches student around the world!Emily's Links: For free vocal tips and tricks, follow her TikTok: @SingWithEmily Instagram: @EmilyKristenMorrisWebsite:  www.EmilyKristenMorris.comOther links: Institute for Vocal Advancement (IVA): https://www.vocaladvancement.com/Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on guests and upcoming episodes!  Song title: StrongWritten by: Sarah BishopArranged and played by: Laura Lynn Crytzer 
Artist Entrepreneurs, Open Calls, Audition Approaches....Maggie Bera is a NYC-based actress, entrepreneur, and proud member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. Off-Broadway, Maggie originated the role of Ruby in Helen on 86th St. at the Chernuchin Theatre. Regional credits include: Little Mermaid, Phantom (Fireside Theatre), The World According To Snoopy (TUTS), Peter Pan, Les Miserables (Connecticut Rep) and Grease (Count Basie). TV: The Big C. Maggie can also be heard on the soundtrack to TAPES: A Song Cycle, a charity project inspired by Jay Asher's critically acclaimed novel "13 Reasons Why.” She is the founder of the blog, podcast and online learning community, Actor Aesthetic. BFA MT Texas State University. @maggiebera / @actoraestheticMaggie's Links: www.maggiebera.comwww.actoraesthetic.comInstagram: @maggiebera@actoraestheticTik Tok: @maggieberaAlso referenced: To Be Magnetic:https://tobemagnetic.com/Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on guests and upcoming episodes!  Song title: StrongWritten by: Sarah BishopArranged and played by: Laura Lynn Crytzer 
For Sarah's Birthday week, she pulls a card to lead us into 2021.'The Dragon' is an invitation towards introspection, inner wisdom, and staying faithful to one's truth. Referenced in episode:The Wild Unknown Animal Spirit Deck and Guidebook: by Kim KransFollow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more!Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer
Pursuing multiple career paths, the female experience, shifting family dynamics, motherhood...This week we get into an in-depth conversation with Diane Bossung, who also happens to be Kyle's (Sarah's Boyfriend) Mother!Diane has an extensive background in Social Work and Physical Therapy, including her LCSW-R, working  and offering rehabilitation for children with cancer and disabilities, and working as a Professor at The Sage Colleges, School of Health and Sciences in Troy, NY.Follow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more!  Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!   Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer 
As artists, what do we talk about when the world's on hold? From Casting Director to Actor, we take a deep dive. This week, we're joined by Merri SugarmanMerri Sugarman- Casting Director, Tara Rubin Casting.Initially an actress ('Les Miserables', 'Aspects of Love', et al.), Merri found herself out West some years back where she quickly made a name for herself at Liberman/Hirschfeld, then Liberman/Patton Casting, working on such shows as "NewsRadio", "The Larry Sanders Show" and the Miramax feature film "Playing By Heart", starringSean Connery and Angelina Jolie.In 2000, Merri moved to Dreamworks Studios as the Casting Executive in charge of TV Pilots and Series- including "Spin City", and the critically acclaimed "The Job", starring Denis Leary. She was then offered a position as the Director of Casting for Dramas and Movies at ABC Television, overseeing the casting of "Alias", "NYPD Blue", "The Practice" and the 'made for television movies’"Gilda Radner - It's Always Something" and "The Music Man", starring Matthew Broderick and Kristin Chenoweth, to name just a few.Merri then returned to the East Coast to teach and coach actors – something she still does (and loves) as time permits, when Tara Rubin offered her a Senior Casting Director position where she’s been happily ensconced ever since, working on, among many others - the Broadway and Off-Broadway, touring and international companies of SPAMALOT, JERSEY BOYS, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, LES MISERABLES, SCHOOL OF ROCK, MISS SAIGON, A BRONX TALE, DEAR EVAN HANSEN, AIN’T TOO PROUD and the upcoming SIX and SING STREET.She also casts for many theaters regionally – including the Papermill Playhouse, The Alliance, Arena Stage,The Old Globe and The LaJolla Playhouse. She is the very proud CD of the critically acclaimed web series SUBMISSIONS ONLY and also boasts many TV & film projects, workshops and readings – including the new musical TREVOR – based on theOscar winning short film.In other news, Merri has been a Big Sister to Jenny via the amazing Big Brothers/Big Sisters program for the last 20 years. She is an alumni officer of the professional sorority Kappa Gamma Chi at Emerson College in Boston where Merri earned a BFA in Musical Theater and a coveted spot as a member of Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities.She has been a Tony Voter for the past four years, is an adjudicator for the Roger Rees Awards (high school theater competition that sends finalists to the Jimmy Awards) and a member of CSA (Casting Society of America).Merri currently teaches, coaches and advises for the theater programs at NYU, Emerson College, Elon, Point Park, Florida State, Manhattan School of Music, International Academy of Musical Theater, Indiana University, Oakland University, Baldwin Wallace and UNCSA.Link to Tara Rubin Casting Website: https://www.tararubincasting.com/our-teamFollow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more!  Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!   Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer 
What do you get when you mix Michael Jackson,  American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance and Spongebob? Robert Taylor Jr. is an American entertainer whose goal is to inspire and spread love and peace to people of all ages through music and dance. Robert was born in Brooklyn and raised in Coney Island and developed a love for music and dance as a young child through his father Robert "Bobby T-Boy" Taylor and went under his tutilage for his music/artistry. He then became under tutilage of Elizabeth Buzzetta Palmeri and Pat Conlon to continue his musical training, Larry Ramsey for his acting, and John Goring for his dancing. He graduated from Marymount Manhattan College with a B.A. in Dance and a minor in Musical Theatre. While at Marymount, he studied the Graham, Horton, and Limon techinques, as well as acting, theater, and other styles of dance. He also performed in several musicals, including New Girl In Town and The Boyfriend. Later, Robert went on to study with teachers such as Brian Green, The Amountboyz (who he performed with as an honorary member), Jared Grimes, Ephrat "Bounce" Asherie, Eric Jenkins, Jamie Jackson,Future, Eric Negron, and Spex. Robert performed for Michael Jackson, in 2002 with a singing/dancing group called 'Uneti."  In the underground music world, Robert has won 7 music showcases, including (2006-present) "Faces In The Crowd" (twice),  (2006-2009) "Mental Supreme" (2007) and "Roc The Mic" hosted by Monse from hot 97 (2009), making him a 5 time NYC underground music industry showcase winner as an R & B entertainer.  Robert has performed for Michael Jackson in 2002 for the Sony Protest party @ Webster Hall. Shortly after, Robert was selected as one of the nation's top 20 contestants for Season 8 of So You Think You Can Dance, and made it to the top 16. Other credits include American Idol (Season 3), So You Think You Can Dance (Season 2), MTV's 'Say What? Karaoke (in which he won 2 shows and made it to the finals in 2003 and 2007), Kat Deluna's Whine Up music video, and the national tour of Hairspray as a singer/dancer/actor in 2008, danced for L.L. Cool J at Carnegie Hall for the CBS Network Rundown (choreographed by Gio Hubela from Iconic). He also performed with Rihanna as a recording artist/entertainer for the Peace and Love festival in Sweden in 2012. Robert recently performed in Rihanna's Budweiser commercial with fellow faculty member Anthony Rue II aka AntBoogie. In the summer of 2015, he was a part of America's Got Talent as a finalist with The Mothmen.Robert's most recent accolade was being in the original cast of Spongebob Squarepants (the Broadway Musical) which is currently streaming on Amazon. For more information, including his itunes releases, please visit him on the following sites:Music Performances:Highlights From Arlene’s Grocery - August 13th, 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz49060AUhQPut That WoOoOo In it (2012) Sweden Peace and Love Festival (Same show as Rihanna, Billy Idol, Skrillex, etc): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_Sle_sQy7M&t=447sPut That WoOoOo In It (2012) B.B. Kings Times Square: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTwET3tearAGet It Get It @ Club DROM (2014): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjxuLyYJVWcGet Down Tonight (2008):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vNg7RFUbTIThe Well (2019): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5qTrZgBtmcI Am Musik Festival (2015): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OqETTVpbN8Website:  https://www.roberttaylorjr.net/
The highs and lows of acting, creating freely and the “f*** it” attitude…This week, we talk to Phil., a multi-faceted singer, rapper and actor. His experiences and wisdom resonate through this amazing conversation! More info on Phil.:  PHIL. At just 23 years old Phillip Johnson-Richardson, aka Phil., has already established himself as a promising singer, rapper, and actor. But the journey wasn’t always easy for Phil., his mental fortitude and meteoric rise can be attributed to the perseverance gained when his family suddenly fell homeless and found themselves sleeping on a relative’s garage floor. The hardship dialed up his drive and appreciation for the arts, so he pushed himself even harder. The Charlotte-bred quadruple threat then honed his raw talents at the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music, where he graduated from the musical theatre program in 2018. Immediately after graduation he landed his first role, joining the Chicago company ensemble of the sold-out musical phenomenon Hamilton, playing various characters including it’s namesake Alexander Hamilton. Since then Phil. moved to New York City and found a successful acting career, with appearances on tv shows Chicago PD, Proven Innocent, and The Other Two and horror film Haunt. He was cast as a series regular on the new Apple TV+ show Little Voice created by Sara Bareilles and JJ Abrams which launches on July 10th, 2020.  While acting has taken the forefront of his rapidly evolving career, Phil. remains dedicated to his passion for music. His original songs pull from his Hip-Hop and R&B influences, From Lauryn Hill to John Legend to Drake and beyond. Phil.’s ability to effortlessly flow from confident rhymes to impassioned singing allows him to fuse his dualities into one artistic persona. That incredible range of talent is seen across his music and best showcased in his upcoming EP ‘Different Cities’. The project includes turn up Hip-Hop tracks like the first single “Watch Out” while also showing his softer, if not seductive, R&B side on tunes like “One That I Want.” With a highly anticipated new series and groundbreaking EP in the wings, it’s clear Phil. is about to rise.  Links from Episode:Phil. Website: https://linktr.ee/philsgoodmusicPhil. Instagram: @philsgoodmusicPhil. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Philsgoodmusic/videosFollow our Instagram page @jackofalltrades_podcast for updates on new releases, guests and more!  Follow our host, Sarah Bishop on Instagram @sarahpbishop for more about what she does!   Song: Strong- written by Sarah Bishop, arranged and played by Laura Lynn Crytzer
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